University officials declined job interview requests for this story, but president James Ammons, who earned his bachelor’s and master’s from FAMU, issued a declaration previous due Tuesday.
“The Mercurial Vapor Superfly college qualities a zero tolerance coverage toward hazing. Period. however it is getting progressively obvious that hazing goes on to exist—at FAMU and through the continent at other universities, colleges collectively with other elements—because hazing survives and thrives within of the neighborhood of secrecy as well as a conspiracy of silence. I'm Mercurial Vapor Superfly dedicated to illuminating this dim corner of Florida A&M college as well as the American neighborhood … illuminating it and eradicating it.”
White is fighting his dismissal, that's the reason he submitted the information in the direction of the college, which include dozens of suspension letters for hazing during the last decade, and Mercurial Vapors communications alerting college police.